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Quick Q & A: Jawad Addoum

Father, basketball fan, and passionate about finance—learn a little more about Jawad Addoum, assistant professor of finance at the Dyson School.

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Cornell Chronicle: Chris Barrett talks food aid to D.C. policymakers

“We sacrifice roughly 40,000 children’s lives annually because of antiquated food aid policies,” said Barrett before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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Noteworthy: Ed McLaughlin’s food retail Q&A with FreshFruitPortal.com

McLaughlin discusses the changing food retail landscape and what its future might look like—discount retailers, Wal-Mart, and the Amazon/Whole Foods merger.

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Research Recap: Possible unintended consequences of energy efficiency improvements

Research co-authored by Cynthia Lin Lawell finds that improvements in energy efficiency may actually increase rather than decrease energy use.

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Noteworthy: The New Food Economy features Harry Kaiser’s co-authored research on food labeling

Food labeling affects what products consumers buy, for better or worse, according to research co-authored by Dyson School’s Harry Kaiser.

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Margin and mission: The economic impacts of farm to school

Is the farm to school movement economically feasible? Professor Todd Schmit previews an upcoming webinar that gives practitioners the resources to find out.

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Research Recap: Mental health and retirement savings

Research co-authored by the Dyson School’s Vicki Bogan shows that suffering from anxiety and depression can diminish retirement savings.

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Noteworthy: Steven Kyle in The Atlantic on Puerto Rico’s recovery after Hurricane Maria

Island’s distance from mainland United States complicates recovery efforts, says Kyle, associate professor at the Dyson School

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Research Recap: Can shade-grown coffee prevent pest infestations and still be profitable?

Research co-authored by Dyson’s Miguel Gómez determines the “shade-level” sweet spot Colombian farmers should use to maximize profits and ward off pests.